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Lausanne Tourisme & Convention Bureau welcomes Hotel Aquatis as new addition to destination's hotel offering

The new Aquatis Hotel and conference centre
Lausanne Tourisme & Convention Bureau this week saw the official opening of the new three star superior hotel and conference centre, Hotel Aquatis. The 143 bedroom hotel will offers a dedicated conference and training centre within one wing of the site. The site will also feature a state-of-the-art fresh water aquarium complex, which will open at the end of 2016. The new conference hotel offers bespoke dining and networking events for visitors and delegates and a restaurant within the hotel.

The new hotel and aquarium complex is the latest in the portfolio owned by Boas Swiss Hotels, a group of 10 hotels in the western regions of Switzerland. 

The conference centre will feature two large conference suites with capacity to host up to 380 and two meeting spaces for board meetings of up to eight people. The conference suites offer the option to split the rooms into smaller seminar spaces of either 50 or 150 person capacity.

This week also marks the re-opening of a second three star hotel in Lausanne, Hotel des Voyageurs, which is situated in the city centre, offering 35 rooms and suites for visitors and business travellers. 

Olivier Mathieu, Congress and Meetings Manager at Lausanne Tourisme and Convention Bureau, says: “We’re delighted to be opening the doors of two fantastic three star hotels. The hotels are set to really strengthen our accommodation offering for business travellers who choose Lausanne. The Aquatis, particularly, will offer a whole new dimension for our meetings and events offering with all the necessary facilities on-site and the city centre just a short ride on the metro, while the Hotel des Voyageurs offers great contemporary accommodation options for those wanting to meet in the city centre.” 

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